20 Fun Fuller House Secrets Revealed
Fuller House ends its five-season run on Netflix on Dec. 6, and we're revealing 20 secrets about the sequel series that premiered in 2016That's just one of the surprising secrets we're revealing in honor of Fuller House 's ending (and you can check out a bunch of fun behind-the-scenes facts about the original series, too!), as well as details about a real-life injury that had to make its way on-screen, the shocking firing of an original member of the series and more... So whatever you're currently doing: Cut. It. Out. And check out these 20 fun facts you might not know about ... Mike Yarish / Netflix 10. In season three, Sweetin's real-life injury had to be incorporated into the show after she broke her ankle and tibia in multiple places climbing over a fence to retrieve her son's toys."They have to write it in," Cameron Bure told E! News about the injury."It's going to be written in." Sweetin added,"There's no hiding that I can't walk and I can only be a houseplant in so many episodes where I'm just stuck somewhere." Netflix 1."We were trying to do some kind of spinoff" for"so many years" Stamos, who serves as a producer, said of the sequel series when he announced it was happening on Jimmy Kimmel Live! later revealed on Instagram that "every single network and streamer" said no to the idea before Netflix decided to reboot it. 2. While anticipation was extremely high for the sequel series, the reviews were less than kind. Not that the cast cared, with Cameron Bure telling E! News,"The critics never had a good thing to say about Full House and yet it ran for eight years in primetime and then it's never been off the air in 30 years. So it's a testament to what the fans want and not what the critics think. If there are any negative review that's how we feel about it with Fuller House; we did this for the fans and we think they're going to absolutely love it." 3. And love it they did, with reporting that Fuller House was likely the most-watched TV show in 2016, according to data from Symphony Advanced Media. Despite Netflix being known for never releasing ratings info, Symphony's finding suggested FH drew a whopping 14.4 million viewers between the ages of 18 and 49 within 35 days of its series premiere, with an impressive 10.4 demo rating. Those numbers (if accurate) outperformed The Walking Dead , then TV's highest rated show. Mike Yarish / Netflix 4. Despite leaving the acting world after the original series ended in 1995, going on to work in academia, Barber had no hesitations about reprising the role of Kimmy Gibbler as one of the new show' three leads. 5. While they ultimately settled on making grown-up Kimmy a party planner, there were several other ideas, including maybe she is a translator for the United Nations and she speaks like four different languages," or Kimmy"having a snack-making business at home, like Gibbler's Nibblers. She ran her own cookie business out of the basement of the home," Barber Read more: E! News
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